Led Zeppelin Sits Down for Rare Interview on David Letterman's 'Late Show'
John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant will appear on Monday's episode.
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones will sit down together for a rare interview on Late Show With David Letterman next week.
The legendary rockers will appear on the CBS late-night program Monday, the day after being honored at the 35th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington D.C. Letterman also will be among the honorees.
On Nov. 19, Led Zeppelin -- whose music was featured in a recent episode of NBC's Revolution -- released the DVD and Blu-ray of its concert movie Celebration Day, which chronicled the band's Dec. 10, 2007, reunion show from London's O2 Arena. It was the band's first full concert in 27 years.
Other Kennedy Center honorees, including Dustin Hoffman (Dec. 7) and ballerina Natalia Makarova (Dec. 11), also will appear on Late Show.
CBS will air the Kennedy Center Honors on Dec. 26.
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